A routine test that your primary care provider performs to check your overall health.
When your child has difficulty breathing due to an acute illness or underlying chronic illness, practitioners can help them breathe freely through the available breathing treatments.
Decadron (steroid) for croup:
Medical providers may use the most common medication steroid to treat any croup your child may have as it is an effective treatment option. It helps decrease inflammation in the airway.
Steroids also help promote breathing and improve comfort in a child.
Strep antigen testing:
A strep antigen test determines whether your child has strep throat or not. If the practitioner thinks your child may have strep throat, but the test comes negative, they may suggest a PCR strep test.
Prescribed medications, as needed:
Similar to a pediatrician’s office, the medical providers will electronically send in prescriptions to your preferred pharmacy to help manage their health condition.